Converts to Islam from Christianity

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  1. Converts to Islam from Catholicism

    Converts to Islam from Catholicism

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  1. Abdul Jeelani

    Abdul Jeelani

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    American basketball player

  2. Abdul-Karim al-Jabbar

    Abdul-Karim al-Jabbar

    23 views
    American football player

  3. Abdullah el-Faisal

    Abdullah el-Faisal

    12 views
    Jamaican Muslim cleric

  4. Abdur Raheem Green

    Abdur Raheem Green

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    Abdur Raheem Green (born Anthony Vatswaf Galvin Green; 1962) is a British Muslim convert who is known in some Muslim communities for his work in Dawah, both in televised formal settings and informal contexts such as Hyde Park's Speakers Corner. He is a presenter on Peace TV. He is engaged in education and media work on Peace TV and is the chairman of iERA, the Islamic Education & Research Academy. Green has given talks overseas, including a peace conference held in Mumbai.


  5. Ahmad Rashad

    Ahmad Rashad

    16,819 views
    Former American football player, sportcaster

  6. Ahmad Thomson

    Ahmad Thomson

    10 views
    British, Philosopher

  7. Ali Bongo Ondimba

    Ali Bongo Ondimba

    125 views
    President of Gabon

  8. Allahverdi Khan

    Allahverdi Khan

    2 views

    Allahverdi Khan (Persian: ) (ca. 1560 – June 3, 1613) was an Iranian general and statesman of Georgian origin who, although initially a ghulam (royal court military servant), rose to high office in the Safavid state.


  9. Andronikos Doukas (general under Leo VI)

    Andronikos Doukas (general under Leo VI)

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    Andronikos Doukas or Doux (Greek: , died ca. 910) was a Byzantine general and rebel in the reign of Emperor Leo VI the Wise (r. 886–912). The first member of the illustrious Doukas line to achieve prominence as a successful general, his rivalry with the powerful eunuch Samonas led to his revolt and eventual defection to the Arabs in 906–907. He died in exile in Baghdad.


  10. Anselm Turmeda

    Anselm Turmeda

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    Anselm Turmeda or Abd-Allah at-Tarjuman (Arabic: ?) (1355 - 1423) was a Majorcan writer born in Palma de Mallorca in 1355 and died in Tunis in 1423. Early in his life he was a Franciscan friar, but converted later to Islam from Christianity and lived in Tunis. He is one of few writers who have written in Arabic and a European language, Catalan, being a classic and proficient in both languages. He became a vizier in Tunis and died there in 1423.


  11. Art Blakey

    Art Blakey

    1,065 views
    American musician

  12. Ashley Chin

    Ashley Chin

    79 views
    English actor and spoken word poet

  13. Bernard Hopkins

    Bernard Hopkins

    190 views
    American boxer

  14. Billy Chong

    Billy Chong

    6 views
    Indonesian, Actor

  15. Bruce Conde

    Bruce Conde

    18 views
    American, Military

  16. Bruno Metsu

    Bruno Metsu

    49 views
    Footballer

  17. Chris Eubank

    Chris Eubank

    667 views
    British boxer

  18. Chrisye

    Chrisye

    300 views
    Indonesian singer, songwriter, and bassist

  19. Colleen LaRose

    Colleen LaRose

    1 view
    American suspected terrorist

  20. Cristian Gonzáles

    Cristian Gonzáles

    3 views
    An Uruguayan-born Indonesian association football player

  21. Danny Williams (boxer)

    Danny Williams (boxer)

    31 views
    Boxer

  22. Darius Guppy

    Darius Guppy

    4 views
    British expatriate convicted of fraud, theft and false accounting

  23. Dave Chappelle

    Dave Chappelle

    43,464 views
    comedian

  24. Dave Chappelle: Killin' Them Softly

    Dave Chappelle: Killin' Them Softly (2000)

    41 views
    comedian

  25. Dawud Burbank

    Dawud Burbank

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    Dawud 'Abu Talha' Burbank was a British Muslim who adhered to the Salafi methodology of Islam. He translated numerous Arabic texts and books into English and also lectured on Islamic subjects. He died in 2011 while in transit to perform the annual hajj when the bus he was riding on became engulfed in flames.


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